17 CFR § 171.10 - Motions.
(a) In general. An application for a form of relief not otherwise specifically provided for in this part shall be made by a written motion, filed with the Proceedings Clerk. The motion shall state the relief sought, basis for the relief and the authority relied upon.
(b) Answers to motions. Unless otherwise provided, a party may file a written response to a motion within five days after service of the motion.
(c) Motions for procedural orders. Motions for procedural orders, including motions for extensions of time, may be acted on at any time, without awaiting a response thereto. Any party adversely affected by such action may request reconsideration, vacation or modification of the action.
(d) Dilatory motions. Frivolous or repetitive motions dealing with the same subject matter shall not be permitted.
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